From the Salt Lake Tribune
by Kristen Stewart
Swayed by evidence of the harms of indoor tanning and moving testimony from melanoma survivors, a Senate committee on Thursday endorsed a ban on underage tanning.
Sponsoring Sen. Pat Jones, D-Holladay, initially proposed prohibiting all minors from using commercial tanning beds, but retailored the ban to apply to those age 13 and under. Youths between the ages of 14 and 18 could tan, but only when accompanied by a parent.
The measure passed the Senate Health and Human Services Comittee 4-1, despite the reservations of regulation-averse Republicans.
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